Pioneering WMU-Cooley law students take first classes in Kalamazoo

With the spirit of pioneers, and following in the footsteps of past groundbreakers at Western Michigan University Cooley Law School, a small but determined group of students became the first to take WMU-Cooley classes at the Kalamazoo campus of Western Michigan University this week.

The first class of WMU-Cooley law students on WMU's campus in Kalamazoo during orientation — (L to R) students Dustin Blaszczyk, Lee Melde, Christine Doxey, Marla LaMae, and Kenneth Estephan, and WMU-Cooley Enrollment & Clinical Coordinator Bill Fleener.

The first class of WMU-Cooley law students on WMU’s campus in Kalamazoo during orientation — (L to R) students Dustin Blaszczyk, Lee Melde, Christine Doxey, Marla LaMae, and Kenneth Estephan, and WMU-Cooley Enrollment & Clinical Coordinator Bill Fleener.

The students are excited about being the first to take law classes on Western’s campus. Attending WMU-Cooley in Kalamazoo gives these students the advantage of attending class at a national research university with full access to the wide range of services available on Western’s campus, including the state-of-the-art Student Recreation Center, and other facilities and programs. These law students chose the option of first-year classes in Kalamazoo because they loved the location. We look forward to a lasting partnership with the university and look forward to offering Western graduates and the community law classes in a place they already call home.

Find out more about WMU-Cooley’s Kalamazoo location on the main campus of Western Michigan University.

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